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“Three Fathers”


Hero WOD

8.1K 551
  • For Time
  • 1,000 meter Run
  • 100 Push-Ups
  • 200 Sit-Ups
  • 300 Air Squats
  • 1,000 meter Run

With a running clock, as fast as possible complete the prescribed work in the order written.

Score is the time on the clock when the 1,000 meter Run is completed.

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Background: This hero workout is dedicated to Cst Fabrice Gevaudan, Cst David Ross and Cst Douglas Larche who died in the line of duty on June 4, 2014 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Gevaudan was born in France and joined the RCMP in Regina. He was posted to New Brunswick in 2008 after graduating from the training academy.

Ross, a police dog trainer from Victoriaville, Que., joined the RCMP from Ottawa after graduation in 2007, and was posted to the detachment based in Moncton as a general duty police officer. He was a married father of a 19-month-old with another baby on the way.

The RCMP said Larche worked in Miramichi, N.B., before joining the detachment in the Moncton area as a highway patrol and general duty officer. He received a commander’s commendation in 2008 for saving the life of an unconscious baby.

“Just a nice, handsome man,” she said from her cottage north of Gatineau, Que., adding that Larche was a father of three girls who was recruited to the RCMP when he was about 30. He was following in the footsteps of his father, a retired Mountie, she said.

We first found this workout posted by @_cdnleo_ on December 3, 2019. From a conversation with WODwell, he found the workout from Wounded Warriors Canada in 2019. The earliest mention of this workout we can find is from FX 101.9 on June 16, 2019, but we’re not sure who originally created the workout. If you know please tell us.

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Source: fx1019.ca
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